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Sep 24, 2012 No Comments ›› Pat Dollard

You know what offended me? planes flying into skyscrapers killing thousands of my people! you whiny cockroach

(THE DAILY CALLER) In the aftermath of violent protests across the Middle East and the slaughter of four American diplomats, Pakistan’s foreign minister believes the United States should “rethink” its commitment to freedom of speech.

“It is not good enough to say, ‘It’s free speech, it should be allowed,’” Hina Rabbani Khar said during an interview with CNN on September 20. ”I think if this does provoke action against American citizens or Americans anywhere else in the world, then maybe we do need to rethink how much freedom is okay.”

Khar said nations should come together in a “civilized manner,” to address the concept of freedom speech and how far it extends.

“I think what we need is more tolerance for each other’s views. What we need is to be able to give mutual space for us to be able to demonstrate what is culturally, religiously important to us and not to hold each other — not to judge each other for that,” Khar said.

“We really we have to be sensitive to religious sensitivities.”

The Obama administration initially claimed a video trailer for a low-budget anti-Islam movie prompted the Sept. 11 attack in Benghazi that resulted in the death of United States Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other diplomats. The administration requested YouTube ‘review’ the trailer for compliance with its terms of use. Google, which owns YouTube, declined to remove the video footage.

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